David Dyer is one of Ottawa’s leading experts in the history, fundamentals and modernization of Canada’s federal Copyright Act, and has counseled many leading entertainment associations involved in the production and distribution of various media, including music, movies, TV and books.
His subject matter expertise, knowledge of the regulatory process and of the industry itself continues to support his reputation as a highly effective champion and contributor to the always evolving cultural environment in Canada.
Based in CHG’s Ottawa office, David is a 35 year veteran of government and government relations with experience in federal and provincial political arenas. His political background includes serving as Chief of Staff to federal ministers, and several senior roles that involved helping stakeholder groups with multiple and competing interests create frameworks to engage government more productively.
Today, David uses this expertise to help clients find common ground in the interests and priorities of government, and to adopt a collaborative approach to resolving differences and overcoming obstacles.